JK Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) extends condolences, Solidarity
SRINAGAR, JUNE 18:
JK Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) an amalgam of major tade Unions of Jammu and Kashmir has expressed deep shock and sorrow over the sad and sudden demise of Mushtaq Ahmad Shah of Khawja bagh Baramulla, Cousin of Ishfaq Ahmad Shah, provincial spokesman EJAC and DP JKTF Baramulla.
In a press statement President EJAC and Chairman JK Teachers forum Mohd Rafique Rather said that he is deeply saddened on the demise of Mushtaq Ahmad Shah, a well-known social activist and a philanthropist who has contributed a lot in the upliftment of downtrodden class of the society. Rafique Rather said that Late Mushtaq Sahb was a noble and a gentle soul, down the earth who would always extend a helping hand in philanthropist activities and described his death “an asset lost” in Baramulla
Rafique Rather said that entire leadership of EJAC is grieved on the sad loss and extend sympathies and condolences to bereaved family, nears and dears.
Rafique Rather said that he on behalf of entire employees fraternity of Jammu and Kashmir express heartfelt condolences and sympathies to our beloved EJAC / JKTF Leader Ishfaq Ahmad Shah, Yasir Mushtaq (Son), Sr. Journalist The News Nation Banglore, Mr Mohd Yaqoob wani (Brother in law), a renowned social and political figure of Jammu and kashmir.
Rafique Rather said that EJAC Leadership along employees fraternity share the loss of bereaved family and stand by them at this crucial hour of grief. Rather prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace and for courage to family members, relatives, nears and dears to bear with the irreparable loss.